MG Lord argues that the "Elizabeth Taylor brand" furthered feminist ideas in The Accidental Feminist. As evidence, he points to Taylor's breakout role as a character challenging gender discrimination in National Velvet, or her 1951 movie A Place in the Sun, which could be considered a reproductive-rights film, as well as her AIDS activism and defiance of conservative sexual expectations for women.
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